After starting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, House members debated more than 30 proposed amendments before passing the strike-and-insert amendment at about 10:30 p.m.
Some of the biggest changes made to the bill that was passed by the Senate on Feb. 4 include raising teachers' year-end bonuses to $1,000 if they miss fewer than four days.
During the debate, House members rejected ten amendments proposed by Del. Marshall Wilson (R-Berkeley) regarding the number of charter schools and education savings accounts.
Here is a complete comparison of the Senate version of the bill and the House's adopted strike-and-insert version: